One of the most dominant starts of his career, and possibly one of the most dominant pitching outings in Petco Park history, is six and two-thirds innings in.
Taking two steps away from the pitching rubber, Blake Snell leaped high into the air and landed on the infield grass, flailing his arms in utter dismay.
Of course, the Padres will accept it. Each time. At this point in the season, individual honours are largely meaningless.
Austin Nola's RBI single in the bottom of the second inning gave San Diego the game's lone run.
It was enough for Snell, who finished having allowed just two hits and two walks. He lowered his second-half ERA to 2.41